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a book, he was eager to sell it. >> it was self defense. >> reporter: oakley says they were leaving the club and there was a fight. there was a champagne bottle broken over oakley's head. >> i had no idea anybody got stabbed. >> so you didn't stab him? >> i didn't stab him. >> so how did he end up with the stab wounds? >> you have to read the book to find out. >> reporter: after the fight, lewis and his friends sped off in this limo. i was never clear how two end up in the fight with the other guys and two end up dead, right? nobody is ever convicted. and how they ended up with stab wounds? >> if you end up with stab wounds, what does that mean? somebody stabbed you. >> reporter: right, you were saying you were not the one that stabbed him. >> correct. >> reporter: so who could have stabbed him. >> you have to read the book and find out if i know or not. >> reporter: are you saying that somebody did it? >> you have to read the book. >> reporter: there are a lot of people who think you got away with murder. >> well, that is why i wrote the book, to clarify it. >> reporter: you know p
point of view, it was self-defense. >> reporter: oakley says they were leaving the club when the group started to fight. there was a champagne bottle broken over oakley's head. then there was mayhem. >> i had no idea anybody got stabbed. >> so you didn't stab him? >> no i didn't stab him. >> so how did he end up with the stab wounds if you're the one fighting him? >> you have to read the book to find out. >> reporter: after the fight, lewis and his entourage piled in his limo and sped off. i was never clear about how two guys end up with a fight with two other guys two of them end up dead, right? nobody is ever convicted. and how they ended up with stab wounds? >> if you end up with stab wounds, what does that mean? somebody stabbed you. >> reporter: right, you were saying you were not the one that stabbed him. >> correct. >> reporter: so who could have stabbed him? >> you have to read the book and find out if i know or not. >> reporter: are you saying that you know who did it? >> you have to read the book to find out. >> reporter: there are a lot of people who think you got away with
defense. >> what does it have to do with a constitutional right. what does it have to do with taking away the second amendment right. that's why 74% of nra members support it. >> it's an uncomfortable fact that guns make women safer. >> nobody is questioning that. >> i'm listening to you. >> let her finish. >> women who choose to carry guns are safer. the people who are in their households are safer. and the women who choose not to carry are safer because some women choose to carry. in my appendix to my senate judiciary testimony yesterday, i had 21 examples of women defending themselves from violent attacks. 15 of those 21 cases involved a woman having to fire the weapon. so guns reverse the balance of power. >> but is anyone talking about taking the guns away from the hands of responsible women. >> it's an undue burden. >> so a background check is an undue burden in a private sale? >> yes. >> is it an undue burden in a not private sale? it's okay in a store? >> this is so funny that we're talking about this economic issue. when you look at people who are in the business of selling guns,
has talked on camera. he has written a book which he is eager to sell. >> i think it was self defense. >> the victims started arguing with the group and baker broke a champagne bottle over his head. and then it was mayhem. >> so you didn't stab them? >> i didn't. >> how did he end up with stab wounds if you were fighting him. >> hey, you have to read the book to find out. >> and they piled into the limo and sped off. >> i was never clear about how they fight two guys and two end up dead. no one is ever convicted and how did they end up with stab wounds? is. >> you end up with stab wounds what does that mean? somebody stabbed you. right. >> so who could have stabbed you? >> you have to read the book and find out if i know it or not. >> you have to read the book and find out. >> a lot of people think you got away with murder. >> you know everyone watching this is going to think this is a weird answer. >> no, it is not. >> i think it is an appropriate answer. >> we'll come back to oakley but there is another element of this story that you probably never heard before. there was a blood tr
backtracked on their stories, defense attorneys advice rated the credibility of many witnesses. it got so bad that prosecutors had to drop the murder charges in the middle of the trial and offer him a plea deal. lewis pled guilty to obstruction of justice in exchange for testifying against sweeting and oakley. even that didn't help. both men were acquitted. ray lewis says he was the peace maker but oakley says that wasn't the case. >> reporter: was ray involved in the fighting? >> in my opinion, yes. i don't know if he was wrestling or fighting but i know that he was right in the mix there with everybody else. >> reporter: because his lawyer and his side has said, he was trying to be the peace maker in that situation. >> i didn't see that. when the police asked him what happened, he wouldn't, you know, come clean. >> he was not involved in the fight, he didn't cause it, he didn't take an angt, a step, a statement to make this happen. he was no more guilty than the other 100 people on the street. >> reporter: no one has ever been convicted in the deaths of jason baker and richard waller. for g
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